Rocky Mountain College, Calgary
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Rocky Mountain College, Calgary
Rocky Mountain College
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4039 Brentwood Road NW

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Coordinates51°05?19?N 114°07?59?W / 51.0887°N 114.1330°W / 51.0887; -114.1330
Religious affiliation(s)Christian
DenominationEvangelical Missionary Church
PresidentMr. Kerry Belt

Rocky Mountain College is a multi-denominational Christian college in Calgary, Alberta. It was formed in 1992 when Mountain View Bible College (Didsbury, Alberta) merged with Hillcrest Christian College (Medicine Hat, Alberta) and is sponsored by the Canada West District of the Evangelical Missionary Church of Canada.

Rocky Mountain College describes itself as "a learning community of Christians committed to developing students who will be effective agents of spiritual, moral and social transformation everywhere for the glory of God."[1] It offers one-year certificate programs, two-year diploma programs, and three and four-year Bachelor of Arts degrees[2]


  1. ^ "Mission Statement". Rocky Mountain College. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ "Programs". Rocky Mountain College. Retrieved 2013.

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